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Sunday Sojourn: Jane Bwye

Originally posted on Jennifer C. Wilson:
We’re going overseas today for our Sunday Sojourn, and I’m delighted to welcome Jane Bwye to join me, and tell us about Grass Shoots, available now. Over to you, Jane! Thank you, Jenny for inviting…

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I’m On Line!

Jane Bwye and Ray Dadswell All About Eastbourne 23rd May 2018 http://eastbourne.online/jane-bwye-and-ray-dadswell-all-about-eastbourne-23rd-may-2018 For best results, you need to turn off the music at the top right of the screen, before starting the podcast. There is a bit of local chitchat … Continue reading

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Not Much Has Changed

My Kenya Diary. March 2018 We drove in a steady stream of traffic over the top escarpment road to Lake Naivasha. I noticed an alarming number of clearings in the forest, which allowed me to admire the stupendous view over … Continue reading

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Author Interview – Jane Bwye – “Breath of Africa”, “Grass Shoots” & “I Lift Up My Eyes” (Historical Fiction/Romance)

Originally posted on toofulltowrite (I've started so I'll finish):
Hello fellow writers and readers, welcome, welcome! It’s time for another fascinating Author Interview tonight but first, as always, an important Public Service Announcement. Just a quick note before…

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Summer Sale

I’m delighted to announce: If you haven’t yet read mine, or want to send them to a friend, you can find my Amazon page HERE! Happy reading. You can also sign up to my NEWSLETTER.

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I CAN’T WRITE PROPER

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Originally posted on lucinda E Clarke:
I am feeling quite depressed at the moment. Why? Once upon a time, I thought I could write. Not as well as Tolstoy, or Shakespeare, but the average, everyday stuff. This is a good…

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Launch party for Never on a Saturday

Originally posted on The Bingergread Cottage:
Hello Sue, Hello Guests! Thank you for inviting us over for your launch party. We wish this book as much success as all your other ones,which we loved. Us? Well, I’ve brought two lovers…

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